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• View Poll Results: How was the C2 for you?
very hard
81
9.17%
hard
173
19.59%
ok
274
31.03%
easy
211
23.90%
very easy
144
16.31%

1. (Original post by MicroTyson)
Same I found it easy, also lost marks stupidly, in the logs question, after letting

and solving to find , i forgot to plug the value back into the equation to solve for

2 Marks lost or..?
Probably, maybe even 1 if your y value is correct.
2. (Original post by leo98luka)
hi guys, what did you get for Question 3??? I found the exam alright
Hey quick reminder of question 3?
3. (Original post by MJS107)
Considering the range was between 0 and 360 degrees...you would be foolish to use radians. Nonetheless, I do believe as long as you show your method, you do not lose all the marks in those types of questions if you used the wrong mode on your calculator.
Thanks, I actually did do the question in degrees
5. (Original post by d14m)
Thanks, I actually did do the question in degrees
Ok, that's great. Always double check the range, especially because the previous part wanted it in radians.
6. Hi guys

if i put 5y + 3x - 95 = 0, will i still get the mark even though it said put it as 'ax + by + c = 0'
Hi guys

if i put 5y + 3x - 95 = 0, will i still get the mark even though it said put it as 'ax + by + c = 0'
Most likely yes
8. (Original post by 4nonymous)
Most likely yes
ok phew :') thanks
9. If anyone can post the paper I'm happy to write a set of full solutions (if this already exists please let me know)
10. (Original post by tory88)
If anyone can post the paper I'm happy to write a set of full solutions (if this already exists please let me know)
No full solutions only what people remember from the exam.
and I don't think any of us has the paper.
11. hi guys if i put two negative answers as well in Q6 as I didn't pay attention to the range
how many marks will i lose
12. (Original post by mani119)
No full solutions only what people remember from the exam.
and I don't think any of us has the paper.
Papers usually pop up on the night of the exam. I would imagine someone has it - teachers can get hold of the exam as soon as it has been sat (I don't teach A-level maths this year, hence why I don't have one).
13. How did people get K?
14. ...shame we cannot see the paper...
15. (Original post by hjs18)
Did anyone else feel like they were dying in the exam or was it just me

i thought i was the only one
16. My god it was easy and yhh last question P= 120, i was expecting it to be harder tbh cus been doing loads of solomon papers nd been getting bad marks like 66/75 in those was expecting to get a bad like 66 in this but pretty sure i only missed like 3marks cus cdnt be bothered to prove tht P was equal to tht long thing
17. (Original post by KJQJQJQ)
hi guys if i put two negative answers as well in Q6 as I didn't pay attention to the range
how many marks will i lose
You dont lose any you get isw which means ignore subsequent work
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20. Does anybody have the mark scheme for c2 aqa 2016 paper

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